1100 Wien, at
Sandra Iris Eilenstein
+49 (89) 898687-20
Demmel products gmbh's brand new iLCD Manager XE
The iLCD Manager setup software has provided for the fast and easy development of even complex LCD graphical applications since the launch of the iLCD product family. Its successor, the new and completely rewritten royalty-free iLCD Manager XE Integrated Development Environment (IDE), represents a milestone in the development of user interfaces.
demmel product's "Next Generation Intelligent LCD" (iLCD) technology allows the user to store all fonts, graphics, animations, text templates and macros in the flash memory of the iLCD. Graphics and proprietary files can be also stored on an on-board MicroSD card. Overall development time can be drastically reduced by eliminating the pixel-based programming required for conventional LCDs.
Color iLCD panels are available with touch screens in a wide range of formats from 2.8" (240 x 320 pixel) up to 10.2" (1024 x 600 pixel).
The integrated iLCD controller offers powerful and easy to learn high-level commands. Formatting text messages with Windows fonts, displaying static and animated graphics, drawing frames and lines and controlling the touch screen can be realized quickly and simply through Ethernet, USB, RS232, I²C or SPI interfaces.
With the new iLCD Manager XE, designing applications for touch screen iLCD panels in practically no time has now become even easier. The new software provides a modern and very intuitive design and supports the entire iLCD product line allowing for a seamless migration and continuation of existing projects.
Thanks to new features such as Parameter Completion and Syntax Checking/Highlighting, no programming skills are required to design state of the art graphical interfaces. A customizable GUI and multi-threading provide for comfortable and fast application development.
iLCD Manager XE will be available in March, 2012, and can then be downloaded royalty-free from www.demmel.com.
The use of information published here for personal information and editorial processing is generally free of charge. Please clarify any copyright issues with the stated publisher before further use. In the event of publication, please send a specimen copy to email@example.com.